0^^[^S30C=Z=)| [0l[0l[0l|g=30^^|^^30J^^I°] M o D D o D CONFEDERATE GRAY BOOK 1912 o |c=z=30i=iD l lc===ioi===J (o1loiro]r^^^o^===>llc==noi===3 RaphaelSemmesCampNo. 1 1 United Confederate Veterans Mobile, Alabama M ol[^^^OE rn^^[o|[o|[G'' |c=ioi::^3llc=iioi=z=Di [o] h^^ C!TY iREALESTATE Bell Phone I Notary Public 436 l^^^^^H^ <i Real E^ate Bought and Sold on Commission. <J Loans Negotiated at Lowest Rates. <! Tru^ Funds Conservatively Invested. <B Inveslment Properties Successfully Managed. <B Rents Collected. <IYour Patronage Respectfully Solicited J Page and Jones Ship Brokers and Steamship Agents Rooms 20 21 Bank of Mobile Bldg., Mobile, Ala. Tiie House tliat has and gives what it Advertises C. J. Gayfer & Co. The Big Department Store on the Corner Pure Soap Sparl<ling Water American Laundry That's All. TENNESSEE CAVALRY MONUMENT ON CHICKAMAUGA, GA., BATTLEFIELD <()\|-KI)I1<.\'11. MOM'MKNT, N()l<|.( )| ,k, VIKCIMA ^. ^^ ^c. ?K,e ^-Cih-e^u^ sf. f 2. ' 1 n THE SILENT INDIAN Both Phones MOTORCYCLES, BICYCLES AND GOOD REPAIRS ASK OVERTON 517 and 519 DAUPHIN STREET MOBILE, ALA, SMALL FARMS <I[5 ACRES OR MORE— On the peninsula between Mobile Bay and Dog River, six miles south of city; rich top soil, clay sub-soil. Suitable to all crops com- mon to this section, but more especially for citrus fruits and early truck, on account of water protedion, <|f Not a Pioneering Proposition— 20 Minutes From Court House. ClfWill sell the raw land, a planted orange or pecan gove, or a fully improved farm. SEE THIS BEFORE BUYING AUTO READY AT ANY TIME GEO. FEARN & SON N. E. Corner St. Francis and St. Joseph Streets Why Not DIRE DID IT buy your GROCERIES DURE en-DURE's DUREablity from us? We carry every- So can you by purchasing thing in that line and al- your ways a little cheaper than elsewhere. Wa -Paper, Paints & Oils Give us a Trial Order The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company From Us D. H. & G. B. DURE 74 Dauphin St. Bell Phone 3621 Home Phone 1416 C. L. Spotswood REAL ESTATE, MORTGAGE LOANS The Minp F oral Co. No. 9 N. Conception St. STOCKS AND BONDS Flowers Let me advertise and sell for your property. all Office: N E. Royal and St. Francis Occasions Office— Bell Phone 9i Residence Bell Phone 1069 UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS MONUMENT IN^CENTENNIAL PARK, NASHVILLE, TENN., ERECTED 1909. FRANK CHEATHAM BIVOUAC, NO. 1, ASSOCIATION OF CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS CAMP No. 35. KKNTICKY STA'IK MOMMl-.NT IN C UK KAM \l (.A I'AKK, (iA. SOUTH CAROLINA MONUMENT ON CHICKAMATCA, (iA., BATTLKFIEI.D Do Your Trading With REISS MERCANTILE CO. "THE GREAT THOROUGHFARE" Dry Goods, Notions, Millinery, Genl's Furnishings READY-TO-WEAR GOODS OUR SPECIALTY 157 Dauphin St. (Opposite Public Square) 4-6-8 St. Emauuel St. NOTICE For all points on the Eastern Shore take the fine Steamers of the BAY STEAMSHIP COMPANY Leaving Mobile daily. Returning leaving Ea^ern Shore daily. Let Us Attend to your Dessert for that dinner. We make only the highest grades of ICE CREAM. Columbia Ice Cream Company BOTH PHONES Our Motto: Pure Goods and Prompt Service. Thoss-Tompkins Sporting Goods Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Firearms, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle SPORTING GOODS. BICYCLES AND SUNDRIES Repairing Done at Short Notice No. 76 Dauphin Street Mobile, Alabama For Over Forty Years Mobile's Best Store L. Hamme Dry Goods Co. In a large enterprise like HammeFs hardly a day passes but something ex- traordinary—of a nature that would undoubtedly attract and interest you — takes place. We mean this to be the BEST PLACE in Mobile for you to buy what we have to sell. Sherman Stationery Company. (Leading Stationers) Office Furniture Stationery 21 N. Water Street Boll Phone 3624 Home Phone 1S02 CASH OR CREDIT S.E. Webb & Company Inirniture and Household Specialties Ajjenis for Jewel Stos c-s and Ranj^es ■IM. and 468 Dauphin St. MOBIIJ-: -:- ALABAMA EDWARD MARCH GARY MARCH Pres. and Genl Manager Sec. and Treas. Dixie Grain Company Wholesale Grain Dealers HAY CORN OATS BRAN GRITS AND CRACKED CORN N. W. Corner N\'ater and St. Louis Sis. MOBILE, ALA. MONUMENT ON CHICKAMAUGA BATTLEFIELD MONUMENT TO THE UNKNOWN CONFEDERATE DEAD IN OAKLAND CEMETERY. ATLANTA KNIRANCK K) COM 11 )!• KATE CE.ME IKKV, t IL\ ITANOOGA. TENN. Strictly High- Grade Work ; .-/t .u t-..i , ^-'v Fancy Coloring in all its Branches THE HOUSE WITH THE REPUTATION. Largest French Dry Cleaning Plant In The South. MODERN DYER, -G\^yo- CLEAMER^^^RENOVATOR. Bell Phone 636. 308DAUPmNST. Afos/L^ Ala., homePhone796 CADILLAC MOTOR CO. ^'MOTOR MART OF MOBILE'' EVERYTHING FOR THE AUTOMOBILE Barney-Cavanagh Hardware Co. KLEIN'S SOLE AGENTS FOR MODEL The Great Majestic Range Charter Oak Stoves and Ranges LAUNDRY Jim King Cooking Stoves Everything for the House and Kitchen 8 N. JOACHIM ST. MOBILE, ALA. Hardv/are and Agri- cultural Implements, KARL F. JENNE Successor to WERBORN'S UPHOLSTERER Just a Little Different and dealer m Antique Eurniture Also reiKiiring of all kinds of BOYLE'S STUDIO Upholster Work a Specialty Mobile, Alabama Beli. Phone 1814 208 St. Francis St., Mobile, Ala. Laf.iyette McLaws, Major-General Confederate Stales Army; born Augusta, (ja., January 15, 1821; died Savannah, Ga., 1897. Monument in Park, Sa- vannah. Ga. Francis S. Barto\v, Colonel 8th Refjt. Georgia Volunteers, Confederate States Army;born Savan- nah, Ga., September 6, 1816. Fell at Manassas Julv21, 1861. Monument in Laurel Grove Cemetery ,Savannah, Ga. Incription:"To the Confederate Dead. -Here Rest "Till Roll Call" the Men of Gettysburir. Monument in McLaws Camp burial lot in Laurel Grove Cemetery, Savannah, Ga. Inscription: "Sleep, Comrades. McLaws Camp, 587, U.C.V." ^izzzrzizjC'^''^:^^ OLISTKK BATTLEFIEI.D MONUMENT ERIXI I:D in MKMOKY Ol THK COM EDKKA IKS OF THK STATE OF FLORIDA MOBILE TRUNKS AND BAGS Stand Travel m Get 'em at the factory 263 Dauphin MOBILE TRUNK COMPANY, J. H. Wienand, Prop. The Mobile Business College MOBILE, ALABAMA MRS. C. O. MEUX. Principal Day and Night Sessions. Tuitions Reasonable. Diplomas Awarded. Positions Secured* No Vacations Bell Phone 1846. THE HOUSE WITH OVER FIFTY YEARS SERVICE. Leaders in Quality and Prices Jas. McPhillips Grocery Co. 2, 4 and 6 NORTH COMMERCE ST. Mobile, -:- -:- Alabama WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Highest Quality and Lowest Prices C. D. KENNY & CO. 210 Dauphin St. L. E. CARROLL, Mgr.^ A. M. Bright Grocery Company GROCERS 7 and 9 Dauphin Street Distributors of MacGREGOR PURE AND CARBONATED WATERS GINGER ALE AND SODAS B usiness Men's Lunch Twenty-five Cents Try our Business Men's Lunch, from 1 2 to 2:30 o'clock p. m. We have made a speciahy of these lun- ches and cater to the trade in gen- eral. Everything the best the mar- ket affords. All short Orders served with quick dispatch — the best cooks. Try a cup of DeBriere's Fa- mous Java Coffee — the best in the city — 5 cents. DEBRIERE'S CAFE 1 2 SOUTH ROYAL ST. The Cafe Which Has the Best to Eat 75-77-79 Dauphin St. near Royal Mobile, Ala. Sole Agents: Dunlap, Guyer and Berg Hats Deimel and Duofold Health Underwear. Sam'l Zemurray, President Ashbel Hubbard, Jas. M. Cleave V-Pres. &Gen. Mgr. Sec-Treas. tlubbar(l=Ze(iiurray Steam- ship Company IMPORTERS OF BANANAS AND COCOANUTS Operating;- Steamship Lino Botwecn Con tral America and United States. Offices: Mol)iIe, Alabama Puerto Corle/, S. II. San Pedro, S. H. New Orleans, Louisiana Co<K A. P.. C. i'.conomy C^ilrus MOBILE, ALA. tfr JEFFERSON DAVIS President Confederate States GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE J. C. BRINCAT & CO. Commission Mcrcliants FRUIT Poultry, Eggs and Country Produce Visitors, Hark Yel One of the principal points of interest in Mobile is The Vineyard Cafe Atop The Cawthon American Supply Co. RAILWAY AND MILL SUPPLIES. ASCO ROOFING $1.25 to $1.75 per Square is Best and Cheapest Mobile, Alabama F. C. Turner & Co. Doors, Sasli, Blinds Cabinet Mantels, Grates, Tiling, Door and Window Screens HERE IS FOUND GOOD SERVICE GOOD FOOD GOOD MUSIC GOOD FELLOWSHIP Open Dawn to Midnight The Rotolt?.v Orc-hcsfru, Miss iN'ichoI.s, Soprano Chas. B. Hervey, Manager. Reeds Studio [THE QUALITY STUDIO] all branches of Photography and all Work Guaranteed. PRICES MODERATE 200 Dauphin Street Mobile, Ala. 207 Dauphin Street MOBILE, ALA. W. M. EANES Receiving and Forwarding Agent Office: Foot of St. Anthony Street MOBILE. ALA. Represenlingr Pensacola. Si. Andrews and Oulf .Steamship Co. (Steamer Tarpon i Leav- ing Alobile Every Monday Night at 7:30 (?M, ^r*'";**'"; S'- Andrews, Panama City, Mi h^lle, Apalachicola and Carrebelle, Fla. Bell Phone Office ')7 Bell Phone Res. IKL5 TARPAULINS TO RENT .All Consignments Promptly Looked .\fter First N.ational Bank Mobile, Ala. Organized 1863 The oldest bank in Alabama; the ]ar8:es^ National bank in Mobile. <][We invite the ac- counts of individuals, firms and corporations :: :: :: Paid on Savings 4 For City Commissioner P. J. LYONS Announces his candidacy for election as Commissioner of the City of Mobile at the eledfion to be held on the firsl Monday in September, 1912. Make No Mistake Next Time in ordering your Printing Ring up DELCHAMPS T H PROGRESSIVE PRINTER 69-71-73 St. Michael St. MOBILE ALABAMA DICK DOW LING Hero of the Battle of Sabine Pass, Texas 43 Defeated 15,000 This Picture is a copy of an Oil Painting in the Texas room in the Confederate Museum in Richmond, Va. It was painted by Mr Thus. Donnelan, a Houston, Texas, Artist of much note. ADMIRAF. SKMMKS MONUMENT (jovfrnmont and Roval Streets MOBILE, ALA. HISTORICAL SKETCH OF RAPHAEL SEMMES CAMP NO. 11, UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS, MOBILE, ALA. Prior to June 27, 1890, the following call appeared in the daily paper: ALL PERSONS V\'ho served in and were honorably discharged from the army, navy or marine corps of the Confederate States are hereby respectfully requested to meet at Council Chamber, Municipal Building, on June 27, 1890, at 8 p. m. for the purpose of organizing one or more camps or bivouacs of United Con- federate Veterans with a view to representation in the first annual encamp- ment of the National Association of that name, to be held at Chattanooga, Tenn., on 3, 4 and 5 of July, 1890." In answer to this call about 60 veterans of the Confederacy assembled at the time and place mentioned, when and where Raphael Semmes Camp No. 11, U. C. v., came into being. The meeting was called to order by Dick Roper. Joseph Hodgson was chosen temporary chairman and Harvey E. Jones temporary secretary, and these respectively were elected temporary commander and temporary adju- tant with power to issue credentials to delegates to the first annual encamp- ment of the National Association. Thos. Easton Spotswood and Harvey E. Jones were elected the delegates, both of who are still living. The first permanent officers of Raphael Semmes Camp were as follows: R. M. S'ands Commander W. G. Little First Lieutenant Commander Dick Roper Second Lieutenant Commander D. E. Huger Third Lieutenant Commander Harvey E. Jones Adjutant Wm. E. Mickle Sergeant Major J. G. Thomas Surgeon Caleb Toxey Assistant Surgeon S. H. Oliver Quartermaster Jas. Pendergrast Officer of the Day Wm. D. Sheffield Vidette Wm. H. Monk Color Sergeant Felix H. Aubert Color Guard Hiram L. Griffin Color Guard Dick Roper was the first member to depart this life. RAPHAEL SEMMES CAMP NO. 11 UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS. MOBILE, ALABAMA. OFFICERS. Thos. T. Dorman Commander M. T. Judge First Lieutenant Commander T. T. O'Rourke Second Lieutenant Commander J. L. Harris Third Lieutenant Commander Horace Davenport Adjutant John M. Niolon Treasurer S. Demeranville, Sr Sergeant Major Levi D. Gibson Color Sergeant John I. Clarke Color Guard W. L. Timberlake Color Guard Wm. H. Banci'oft Custodian H. A. Lockwood Chaplain Allman, E. H. Amos, Jas. E. Andrews, F. P. yAustill Hurisco. Abbott, Jno. H. Alvarez, T. V. Adams, Spencer. Anderson, Thos. D. Allen, John, Alvarez, Alex K. X Alexander, W. A. Bancroft. W. H. Bass Walter Baxter, Wm. Bright, Jno, W. Brewer, T. P, Brown, Jas, S. Browne, Sam'l B. Buckley, P. C. Bailey, C, VBaird, J, W, Barbich, John, Baxter, J. W, Brown, Jas, E, Byrd, J, W. Berney, Saffold, Bethea, W, J, Blalack, R, P. ! Boudousquire, P, C, Buntyn, G. J. Boiling, Henry, Brown, J. A. Browning, Wm, Bolton, E, N, Burke, A, W. Bright, Henry. Burke, Thos. F. Benstick, Michael. Boyd, John B. Bock, Hugo. Cleveland, G. H. Cady, Jos. Callametti, Jno, Canavallo, C, A. Christian, B. W. Christopiier, D. >C Clark, Wm. Cotlin, John J. Cowley, .lohn F. Canovan, .las. Clasby, John. Connors, Wm. F. Crivilari, Thos. Caraway, 1j. T. Cicaiola, J. B. Clarke, John I. Clarke, M. J. ROSTER OF CAMP. Cox, Wm. Coleman, J. C. Coleman, L. F. W. Banner, A. C. Denby, Chae. Dennis, Thos. Hodgson, Wm. Dorman, Thos. T. ;)uti', Jthn .A Davison, P. M. 5f Davis, D, ^ Davis, S. W. )^ Davis, J. W. Davenport, Horace. Daniels, Jasper. Delacrox, J. D. Deakle, John, Dunivan, M, S. Daly. R, E„ Sr. Dreisbach, Chas, Eastment, W. A. Everett, T. J. Foster, W. G. Field, S. S. Faith, L. H. Field, C. P. Farmer, Henry. Farris, W. J. French, Geo. W. French, H. W. Gibson, Levi D. Goodloe. Henry T. Greenwood, W. H. H. Grove, J. J. Gordon, Thos. B. Green Jno. G. Gwinn, C. B. Gazzam, Chas. W. Gerald, C, F. George, Wm. H. Gussman. A. V. Goff, J. E. Harris, J. L, Hodgson, Jas. Hagerman, John. Hanly, F. H. Hearn, R. M. )(^Hood, I. Hamburger, M, Hamilton, W, T. IIeri)in, A. L. Hubbard, A. J. Ilud.^ins, A. Hays, A. 11. Hutchison, W. P. Ilasselventer, Adam. Hiiies, Jno, G. Hinckey, Geo. H. Hood, L. A. y Hopkins, C. F. Irwin, Lee T. Ingalls, W, W, V Jennette, Frank R, Johnston, Ellitt W, Jones, Harvey E, Jordan, R, B. Judge, M. T, Jackson, J, W, Johnson, A, H. Jones, Geo, H, Jones, E, S„ Sr, Johnson, C. L. Knassen, Frank. Kelly, W. H, Kerr, A. M. Levy, A. G. Lyman, E, B, Labuzan, J, C. Lambert, R. A. Lockwood, H. A. y Lyndall, Geo. T. ^ Lake, T. H. Lambard, J, S. Lining, J, D. Loving, H, W. Lloyd, Thos, B. Lundy, J, M, Labuzan, C, Sr. Malone, H. R. Mickle, Wm. E. Monk, Wm. H„ Sr, Marston, J, W. Mathews, Fletcher. Moore, Rittenhouse. Marston, S. J. March, G. W. Murphree, Jas. W. McRae, L. W. McBride, Thos. C. McCarron, Neil. Nicholas, Jerome. Nettles, C. C. Niolon, J. M. Noel, Benj. O'Rourke, T. F. X Osborne, Wm, E, Pistole, A. B, Powers, John F. Pidal, J, B, Preston, F. S. Primo, Aug. Prima, M. Parker, Marsene, Pierce, J, Cato, Wm., Sr. \, HenJrix, J, B. .^ Priester, R, P. THOSE MARKED X-DECEASB© Sj Pittard, Eugene. ^ Powell, Wm. M. Ronwick, John. R:nauld, N. Ray field, L. E. Rondeau, E. T. Reid, Jas. T. Rickart, C. C. Rodregus, J. L. Semmes, O. J. Simpson, Jno. R. Spotswood, Thos. E. X Spratley, J. W. ■ Savage, R. A. Schlobohm, W. Seifert, F. i Smallwood, V/m. Sygalas, C. Saxon, W. B. )s Dumas, R. X Sutton, J. E. Stapleton, E. M. Savage, J. T. S'kelly, F. y Stone, A. J. Spear, A. B. Sefert, M. Sheridan, T. J. Sachoff, C. F. Shaw, J. Y. Taylor, Albert. Tlirower E. T. n OUR HONORED DEAD. Taylor, E. S. Todd, C. A. Taggert, J. A. Touart, Stephen. Tate, Clarence. Thrasher, W. W. VVerbeck, E. Whiting, .J. W. Williams, Price, .Ir. X Wright, Thos. A. Worthington, C. M. Woods, T. M. Warner, Theo. A. Williams, Chas. M. Yuille, R. L., Sr. Allen, W. P Co. 1, 21st Ala. Aubert, F. H Co. K, 21st Ala. Addington, D. D Co. F, 4th Ala. Abrams, W. T Co. D, 4th Ala. Andrews, W. H Co. A, 13th Ala. Anderson, Warren A.. .Co. D, 11th Ala. Barnes, Thos. Q C. S. N. Barney, W^m. H Batchelor, Wm. L A. S. A. Beylle, J. J Fenner's La. Bat. Boulmet, Aug Co. K, 21st Ala. Brown. Ross 21st Ala. Buch, E. H Co. F, 42nd Ala. Burgess. Robt Co. F, 8th Ala. Cav. Bennett, J. M Co. D, 5th Miss. Blalack, C. R Co. A, 4th Ala. Bonifay, M. (Q. M.)..Co. C, 15th Cav. Boone, T. A . .Co. A, 1st R., 5th Div. Mo. S. G. Bradley, F. M Co. C, 40th Ala. Brutton, Thos Bledsoe's Battery Bryant, — . — 3rd Ala. Cav. Burgess, — . — . . . .Croshon's Dragoons Baird, Henry C Co. E, 3rd Ala. Barnett, John W Co. H, 21st Ala. Boulo, Paul Co. E, 21st Ala. Byrnes, Jas Co. I, 21st Ala. Brazier, Wm. H., . .Co. K, 9th G. S. T. Bestor, D. P Co. D, 37th Miss. Bickley, F. O Co. D, 3rd Ala. Byrd, S. A Co. E, 36th Ala. Bray, Jno. W. ..Co. C, Ala. Lt. Arty. Bennett, Wm Brunt, Jas Cary, M. V. B Chandler, John L. (Jno. N.), A. of P. Crawley, J. J Canny, John Charpenter, S. . .Charpenter's Battery Coggin, J. M Talliferro's Brigade Colston, Peter Z., Co. K, 4th La. Vols. Connelly, Thos Lee Life Guards Copley, W. S Co. C, 40th Ala. Covington. A. W Co. C, 8th Ala. Cox, Geo. W Co. D, 38th Ala. Crawford, R. C Co. D, 8th Ala. Crichton, Hugh R., Co. F. 47th N. C. i. Cuthbert, John C Co. G, 24th Ala. Cahal, Frank B Co. B, Gages' Bat. Carney, M. O Co. G, 24th Ala. Carney, Peter P Champenois, Jno. F., Co. E, 3d Ala Cav Cravey, M. M..Co. F, 3rd Ga. Reserves Cleveland, N. K.. .Co. H, 15th Con. Cav Cox, Frank H., Co. B, 1st Bat. Ala Cdts Cuthbert, Van L Co. B, 3rd Ala. Chambers, Jas. E Co. C, 17th Miss. Christian, Jno. M Co. C, 21st Ala. Cole, J. W Co. F, 46th Miss. Crowley, J. J Co. H, 21st Ala. Cortright, Jerome S., Co. A, 21st Ala. Carson, T. A Co. K, 5th Ala. Carter, J. A Gage's Battery Campbell, Wm. B...W. L. I., 21st Ala. Cunningham, S. A... Co. L, 27th Miss. Cherry, Geo. A Co. A, Continentals Cothran, Jno. J Co. A, 21st Ala. Oc ^^^i/jtr ^^'^ ^ ^^ ^ Dane, R 15th Ala. Cav. Davenport, Follin, ...Co. E, 21st Ala. Duval, W. R Co. G, 15th Miss. Delabar, E. T., Co. A, 1st Bat Ala. Cdts Diard, Chas Dodge, S. C Co. A, Norman's Bat. Douglas, Leroy E Eng. Service. Dunlap, G. H., Jr Mobile Rifles. Dunlap, Geo. R Durant, N. E., Co. I, Wirt Adams Cav. Dumy, Jno. W Co. C, 8th Ala. Doran, Myles, Co. A, 1st Bat. Ala. Cdts Douglas, W. T Mobile Dragoons Depou, Thos C. S. N. Davis. D. W Co. A, A. S. A. Dennis, F. H Co. D, 14th Miss. Dykes, Rudolph. .Co. A, 9th Miss. Cav. Denman. Isaac Co. A, A. S. A. Eastbura, C. A 8th Ala. Ea.stbiirn, Harold 40th Ala. Enirich, .Jno. P 8th Ala. Eastburn. Eugene A... Co. A, 24th Ala. Enholm, J. B Co. A, 24th Ala. Eddington, D Co. B, 21st Ala. Felder, Rich'd. . . .3rd Ala. True Blues Festorazzi, S Co. G, 21st Ala. Fitzpatrick, J. B Co. C, 31st Miss. Flannagan. .1 Co. I, 8th Ala. Fitzgerald, J. M. . .Co. E, 3rJ Ala. Cav. Fowler, Geo. H. . .Wirt Adams' Cav. Frazier, .Joseph, Co. C, 11th S. C. Infty. French. David Co. E, 10th Miss. Foster, Thos. B., Crochon Lt. Dragoons Howard, A. T Co. H, 38th Ala. Hale, Henry. Co. C, 1st Bat. Heavy Art Henderson, Mathew D..Co. C, 8th Ala. Hennesy, .J. D Co. C, 1st La. Cav. Hansen, Michael Co. A, La. Harwell, Jesse G Co. G, 38th Ala. Hodgson, .Jos Co. K, 18th Ala. Hansen, J. M Co. A, La. Ireland. .Jas. D. ..Co. E, 20th N. C. T. Ingate, F Co. A, 13th La. .Jackson, B. F Co. A, A. S. A. Johnston, John La. Guards Art. Jones, A. B Co. D, 4th Ala. Jackson, A. J Co. D, 6th Ala. Jackson, J. M., Co. A, Charpenter's Bat Jackson, Jno. U Ketcham's Baty. Jenette, Albert H., Co. E, 3rd Ala. Cav. Johnson, Edw'd Co. I, 42nd Ala. Johnson, Jos E. (c) . .Charpenter's Bat. Johnston, Wm. H 5th Ark. Gaillard, Thos. . George, J. H. . . Gibson, J. C. . . Goodall. Wm. S Green, L. H. . . Griffin, H. L. . Gunnison, V. P. Goode, Burton . Gattrix, Joe . . . , Greenwood, Joe. Grey, C. B Golden, Patrick Grace, T. I.. .Co. Gray, S. P Gurganus, J. D. Gerrard, Robt. . Gardner, M. R. ..Mobile Lt. Dragoons Co. K, 11th Ala. Co. E, 36th Ala. Co. E, 21st Ala. Co. C, 32nd Ala. Co. B, 3rd Ala. Co. A, 3rd Ala. Co. G, 5th Ala. Co. G, 8th Ala. .Co. C, 15th Con. Cav. Co. F, 21st Ala. Co. F, 8th Ala. A, Hamilton's Batry. Co. F, 15th Con. Cav. Gillis, Cav. Co. F, 40th Ala. Huger, Chas. L Haas, A. A Co. E, 8th Ala. Hagan. Jas Mobile Dragoons. Hamilton, J. P Co. F, 40th Ala. Harris. W. \V Co. H, 3rd Ga. Baty. Harrison, T. L C. S. Navy. Hart, Jos Co. I, 8th Ala. Hartwell, T. C Co. A, 56th Ala. Harwell, C. R 3rd Ala. Henderson, Jas. M.Co. K, 1st Miss. Art Hodges, H. L Co. E, 21st Ala. Holmes, Jno. S Co. B, 3rd Ala. H ugar, Chas. H Co. R, Dreaux Bat. La Infty. Hutchinson, M. W Co. D, Ala. Res. Harris, S. L Co. C, 15th Con. Cav. Hall, Fred Cockrell's Co. Harris. I'.. I Co. I, 35th Ala. Halton, T. J Co. I?, 21st Ala. Kearns, H. G Co. A, A. S. A. Keenan, W. J Co. B. 1st Ala. Cdts Kendall, E. F Co. B, 8th Miss. Kennerly, L. H 1st Mo. Con. Reg. Kermey, D. H., Supt. R. R. Ala. & Miss. Ketchum, W. H Ketchum's Baty. Klosky, Simon C. S. Navy. XKerr, A. M Co. H, Con. Cav. King, Anting Co. I, 8th Ala. Kuhn, C. G. . .Artificer Jeff Davis Bat. Kimball, Chas. S Pelham Cadets. Langdon, Dan'l W Lea, W. J Charpenter's Baty. Ludlow, N. K Ledyard, Irwin Co. H, 3rd Ala. Little, W. G 22nd Ala. Lott, E. B Co. E, 36th Ala. Long, J. \V 1st Bat. Ala. Cadets. Litford, John.. Co. F, 15th Con. Baty. Litchfield, Geo. T Co. L, S. C. Vol. Logan, Dan W W. L. 1. Hampton's Legion. Lord, John ....Co. H, 15th Con. Cav. Livingston, E Co. A, 3rd Ala. Leary, Patrick Co. I, 8th Ala. Lott, J. P Co. I. 42nd Ala. Lundy, G. \V Co. I, 21st Ala. jjiimsden, Frank A Co. H, 15th Con. Cav. Ludlow. H. W Middlcton, Robt Co. E, 21st Ala. Malone. M. A Co. H, 8th Ala. March, \V. G 2nd Ala. Martin. Edw'd Guards Lafayette. Mickle, J. T Minare, E Houston Co. La. Mooiiey, J. R Co. A, 24th Ala. Mayrant, R. W Co. K, Srd Ala. Maguire, John Co. A, 5th Ala. INIeegan, A. F Co. I, 2nd Ala. Cav. .Meuiiuce, W. R Co. G, 14th Miss. Mittenight, C. C Co. I, 12th Ala. Miller, Chris Co. A, 21st La. Mulden, W. H Co. A, A. S. A. Munnell, .Jno. \V., Co. H, 15th Con. Cav. Muths, A Co. H, 21st Ala. Martin, A Co. A, 23rd Ala. Miller, B. T. Mc Co. F. Wirt Adams Cav. Marshall, J. L Co. F, 36th Infty. Musk, Phil Co. C. 21st Ala. Mickle, R. A 19th Ga., Baily's Reg. Minge, W. H. H Mobile Dragoons. Metzger, Geo Co. A, 21st Ala. Mann, J. W Co. B, 26th Ala. Miller, J. W., Co. E, 2nd Baty Ala. Art. Martin, C. B 1st Bat. Ga. Vol. Mclnnis, B. L...Co. K, 11th Ala. Infty. McKeon, Thos Co. B. 1st Bat. Ala. Cadets. McLean, J. M. M Co. a, A. S. A. McNeill, W. S 3rd Ala. McBride, .J as. ..Co. A. Ketchum's Bat. McConnell, C. E. .. .Corps Adams' Cav. McGregor, Antrico McLean .... Ashland Grays, 3rd Mo. S. G. McKinstry, Jas. R...Co. D, 42nd Ala. McDavid, W. H. H., Co. C, 2nd Ala. Vol Mclnnis, McM Co. E. 21st Ala. McAdory, .Jno. M Co. B, 24th Ala. McLeary, Robt S. C. Navy. MoGuire, .John Co. B, Ga. Vol. Newman, Aaron. . . .Co. B, 4th E. Tenn. Norton, Wm Co. B, 13th Miss. Oliver, Stark H Co. A, 3rd Ala. Overby, J. T . . . .Thomasville Guards, 2nd N. C. Owens, Geo. W Co. K, 21st Ala. O'Connor, D Co. A, Charpenter's Baty. Parker, Francis S College Cadets, S. C. Vol. Baton, Wm Co. A, 3rd Ala. Penny, F. T Eng. Dept. Peters, Curston A. S.A. Petty, Dan W., Co. B, 1st Bat. Ala. Cdts Phelan, N Co. C, 12th Ala. Pollard, John 1st Bat Ala. Cdts. Pendergrast, Jas Co. I, 8th Ala. Prichard, Cleve Co. A, 3rd Ala. Parker, Jaby J Co. B, 3rd Ala. Cav. Partridge, Thad Co. K, 21st Ala. Poole, W. K., ...Co. E, 44th Va. Infty. Porter, W. H Commissary Dept. Price, H. D. . .Co. A, 1st Bat. Ala. Cdts IfPrimo, M Co. A, 3rd Ala. Pickens, A. C. . .Co. C, Ala. Corps Cdts Pistole, G. W. ..Co. F, 15th Con. Cav. Patrick, Orinoco Co. I, 36th Ala. Philyaw, S. D Co. F, 5th Ala. Powell, Wm. H Co. E, 46th Ala. Price, R. H Co. K, 8th Con. Cav. Quattlebaum, E. R 4th Ga. Vol. Roper, Dick . . . . Rabby, Peter . . Rayford, A. R. . Reading, R. G. . Roberts, J. A. . . Robinson, G W., Roche, Thos. T.. Ryan, Wm. A. . Reafield, Wm. W Rain, Benton C. Reeder, R. C. . . . Rabby, D. C. ... Rea, Geo. H. . . . Rondeau, J. L. . . Russell, Jno. W. Ruff, W. E Russell, E. L. . . Russell, S. J. . . . Rapier, Jno. L. . Ryan, S. J. . .Co. Rasberrv, R. M . . 21st Ala. Co. E, 21st Ala. Co. A, A. S. A. Co. C, 9th La. Co. A, 3rd Ala. Co. I, Wirt Adams Cav Co. K, 16th IVIiss. Co. E, Sth Ala. Co. A, A. S. A. .Co. K, 15th Con. Cav. . .. Co. I, 42nd Ala. . . .Bellamy's Bat. Art. Co. B, 3rd Ala. Gage's Battery. Roussell) Co. I, 49th N. C. Co. F, 41st Miss Co. H, Sth Ala. St. Paul Co. G, 4th Ala. Reserves. 40th Ala. Sands, R. M Co. A, 3rd Ala. Sangruber, Edw'd Sheffield, F. A Co. B, 3rd Ala. Sheffield, Wm. H Co. K, 21st Ala. Sheridan, R., Jr Co. E, 36th Ala. Shoemaker, G. W.. .Co. I, 1st Va. Infty. Slatter, H. H Co. E, 21st Ala. Sloan, Matt S. S. Baltic. Smith, Dan 41st Miss. Spotswood, Geo. W. .Co. A, 2nd Fla Vol Stapleton, J. B. . .Co. C, 15th Cou. Cav. Stone, S. G Schooner Morgan. Stone, Thos. D Co. F, 21st Ala. Strauss, L Co. A, A. S. A. Stuardi, J. E Co. D, 24th Ala. Summersell, Jno. F. ..Co. A, 24th Ala. Schlatter, Jno. R.. .Co. C, 2nd Lt. Arty. Sibley, A. C Wirt Adams' Cav. Sims, F. M Co. G, 6th Tex. Infty. Smith, J. L Co. I, 12th Ala. Smith, Julius A Marion Art. ^nith, L Co. B, 1st Bat. Ala. Cdts. Sossiman, B Co. E, 21 Ala. Stanton, F. N Co. A, 21st Ala. Stirling, Jno. M Co. A, 12 Ala. Vol. Stevenson, M. L.. .Co. G. 18th N. C. Vol Stillo, F. E Co. D, 4th Ala. Scullv, Simon Co. B, 24th Ala. Southworth, C. E Co. K, 21st Ala. Siblev, O Co. A, 3rd Ala. Smith, G. W Co. E, 21st Ala. Stirling, Dan'l Co. A, 21st Ala. Schwamle, Chas Co. A, 23rd Ala. Stith, P. Eps Smith. A. B Co. B, 12th Ga. Bat. Sneider, J. B Co. G, 38th Ala. Smith, 3Iike Shoemaker, Geo. Wm Co. I, 1st Va.Intty. Taylor L. M Gen"l Polk's Escort. Tew, Chas. E 9th Miss Cav. Thomas, J. Grey ..Fort Macon, N. C. Thomas, J. Wesley.. Co. B, 12th Ala. Townsend, Geo. J Co. B, 1st Bat. Ala Cdts. Tucker, Jos. L 6th Ky. Tardy, .John A.. .Independent Rangers. Tucker, Mosely F Co. C, A. S. A. Tillinghast, J. W Co. B, A. S. A. Turner, Chas. L. .Co. K, 15th Con. Cav. Turner, Wm. H Co. A, 22nd Ala. Tuttle, Wm. H Charpenter's Baty Taggert, Jacob A Co. I, 24th Ala. Tompkins, Jno. R Van Antwerp, Garret.. Co. A, 21st Ala. Vaughan, E. B Co. G, 1st Ala. Bat. Vuscocich, Paul Vuscovich, Paul Vinas, John S. S. Morgan, C. S. N. Vass, Douglas Co. A, 3rd Ala. Verneuille, J. L Co. B, A. S. A. Ward, A. G Greensboro Guards. Williams, Dan Co. K, 1st Fla. Williams, Jas. M.. .Co. A, W. L. I No. 2. Williams, Jno. P Co. E, W. L. I, Grade's Co. Williams, Peter G. B. Morgan Walker, Chas. W Co. A, 21st Ala. Welch, Geo. W. . .Mobile Cdts, 3rd Ala. Whitaker, Benj. A Todd's Battery. Willis, B. C Co. E, 9th Va. Cav. Wolff, W. T Co. K, 21st Ala. Wood, Jas. M Co. A, 24th Ala. Williams, Jno. R Co. A, 12th Ala. Walker, W. B Co. A, 14th Mo. Woulard, B. F Co. B, 13th Miss. Wykoff, A. C. .Co. A, Mo. State Troops Wagoner, L. P. . .Co. A, 15th Con. Cav. Yuille, Jno. C Ketchum's Baty. Yukers, J. M Co. C, 12th Ala. Ziegler, G. G 1st Reg. Rifles, Malitia S. C. "i-jLtneist,i9'2.(o June 1st, Officers Raphael Semmes Camp No. 11, V. C. V., for the term June 1st, 1912, to June 1st, 1913: Dr. T. J. Savage Commander M. J. Clark, First Lieutenant Commander Jnf). I. Clark Second Lieutenant Commander L. A. liood Third Lieutenant Commander It. E. Daly, Sr Adjutant .fuo. M. Nlolon Treasurer Will. I f. P.aiKToft Sergeant Major and Custodian I., n. Gilison Color Sergeant .(no. .\. Diifl' First Color Guard .riH). (;. Iliiu'K Second Color Guard Dr. W. T. Ilaiiiilloii Surgeon II. A. Lnckwo.Kl Chaplain C. 8. A. (By Father Ryan.) Do we weep for the heroes who died for us? Who living were true and tried for us, And dying sleep side by side for us — The Martyr-band That hallowed our land With the blood they shed in a tide for us. Ah! fearless on many a day for us They stood in the front of the fray for us. And held the foeman at bay for us. And tears should fall Fore'er o'er all Who fell while wearing the gray for us. How many a glorious name for us, How many a story of fame for us. They left, — would it not be blame for us. If their memories part From our land and heart, And a wrong to them, and shame for us? No, no, no, they were brave for us, And bright the lives they gave for us, — The land they struggled to save for us Will not forget Its warriors yet Who sleep in so many graves for us. On many and many a plain for us Their blood poured down all in vain for us, Rich, red and pure, — like a rain for us, They bleed, — we weep. We live, — they sleep — "All Lost" — the only refrain for us. But their memories e'er shall remain for us, And their names, bright names, without strain for us, The glory they won shall not wane for us, In legend and lay Our heroes in gray S'hall forever live over again for us. Purity Drug Store The Be^ Only Canal and Conception Streets R. Chrisman EAerything the very best in Staple and Fancy Groceries 113 North Joachim Street Mobile Fish & Oyster Co. Wholesalers and Retailers Distributors to all Points in the United States Mobile, Ala. Clothes Hospital Peerless Pressing Parlor (Dr.) R. M. Sheridan, Specialist Modern Sanitary, Hygienic Methods Consultation and Diagnosis Free OFFICE HOURS AMBULANCE CALL 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. Bell 2244 Office at Kaiserhoff, S. Conception St. Southern Fuel & Material Co. Building Material Lime, Cement, Sand, Gravel, Plasler, Laths, Shingles Both Phones 2064 Office and Docks Foot Palmetto St. ADAMS ADVERTISING BUREAU ADVERTISING COUNSELLORS Home Phone 1170 70 St. Micflxel St. The Whitehead & Hoag Company Badges, Advcrtisui}^ Novelties, (jold cuid i'liuuucl But- tons cnid Society E}uble)us. Loviii}^ Cups tj/u/ 'i"ro])/iic'.s /!.■// i'/K.Mc i(>n IIII.ODOR KUOail A/Ur., A/.W.il.- linuuli 211 S(. /.oius S(., MO/n/.K, .\/..\. CONFEDERATE MONUMENT In Park Extention, Savannah, Ga. CONFRDKKATK MONUiMKNT Third Aveiua-, LouisvilK', Ky. We Lead Others Follow PETER SMITH Dealer In FRESH VEGETABLES Steamboats and Ships Sup- plied. Stall No. 10 Southern Market. Bell Phone 797 Home Phone 1646 MOBILE, ALA. THE OFFICE ASSISTANT STENOGRAPHERS and MULTIGRAPHISTS All work .^rid:ly confiden- tial and guaranteed Wc arc the Pioneers— Establish- ed 7 Years. I. V. LEBEAU, Manager Room 2, Bank of Mobile Building BELL PHONE 2904 GOOD MEATS Mobile Auto Tire Works ORLO GLEASO^, Prop. Reduced Prices on Repair Work. Agent for Fisk Tires Olde^ and mo^t reliable up-to-date shop in Mobile. FREE AIR HAAS BROS. Southern Market BEEF PORK MUTTON 257 SI. \Iichacl SI. Bell Phone 2518 GEO. LAUBER Manuf;icturer of Light Carriages, Fine Delivery U agons Buggies, Etc. Automobile and Carriage Repairing Painting anil 1 rimming a Specally Rubber lires Tut on 103-10.1 Theatre Street Mobil.', Ahi McGraw's Shoe Store Men's and Women's Shoes All Grades Mobile. Ala. M. J. VICKERS & SON .i7 sr. 1-R.\NCIS .STREET Real Estite, Morlgnge Loans and Fire Insurance R.'iit Collections a Specialty No. 6() Government St. B. GUP Merchant Tailor Agency for Reading Standard ^VV/'m Vm' '!?., Bicycles 'All Work Guaranteed. Bell Ph. .(2SI SCHEUERMANN & CO. E. W. SCHEUERMANN, PROP. MOTORCYCLES, BICYCLES SUNDRIES AND STENCILS Second Hand Bicycles Bought, Sold and Repaired ,i07 Dauphin Street .Mobile, Ala. 19 N. Conception St. Mobile, .\la. A. S T R E B Bakery and Confectionery Dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries Home Phone 2')0 Henderson Iron Works Company IRON AND BRASS POUNDERS MACHINIST.S & BLACKSMITHS 311 South Water Street Bell Telepone .UOb-Long Distance Connetlions 271 N. Royal St. M BUCKLEY, V. Pres M. V. YEEND, Pres. A. CARROLL M- McCOSKER O'Conneirs Millinery Co. Dealers in hnported Millinery 2.iS Dau|)liin Street Mobile. Ala. Staub's Up-to-date Shop Souvenir Po^l Cards Novelty Stationery and Dennison Crepe Paper 22.5 Dauphin Street BADGETT'S RELIGIOUS AND NOVELTY HOUSE 1. ]. BADGKTI RELIGIOUS ARTICLES, TOYS, NOTIONS, PICTURE FRAMING AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES MOBILE, .\LA. N<i. M\^ Dauphin Street Mobile Hat Cleaning Co. I'l I IK Bl.l.ios, .Manager Old Hats Made New Bell Phone 21K2 20 S. Roval Street Mobile. .\la. l; I (, 11 .\ R <; A 1 N '^1 OK '•- M. HOFFMAN Clothing, Dry (ioods, Notions, Hats .Millinery and Shoes .il()S12 Dauphin Street Bell Phone 2507 L BLOCH BROTHERS \iil<>m(.i)iies, <'arri:iges, I'.uggies, Wagons, Bicycles, .Saddlery and Harness THOS. WAGNER 209 .ST. FRANCIS STREET .MiOVK NFiW C.AWTHON HOTKL MOBILE. ALABAMA \,,s. 'I .ind 11 \ N\ ■1, \!..l.il.. \li F. M. BALL WEG THE SHOE REP.\IR M.\N .\11 Work Guaranteed Ko Dauphin St.. Bet. Hamilton .«< Lawerence Sis. Mor.ll 1 . ALABAMA W. p. ROBERTS HI \1. ESI A IK .\M) LO,\NS l<,„„n 112 M. >i' lemple Mol'.ll 1 . \1 \. SAM DAVIS OF TENNESSEE Monument on Grounds of Tennessee State Copitol, Nashville, Tenn. This monument is erected by contri- butions from citizens of every State in the American Union, on the site author- ized by the Fifty-first General Assembly of the State of Tennessee, 1909. MONUMENT In Confederate Circle, Mt. Olivet Ceme- tery, over 1,492 soldiers, killed or died in the Confederate Army. Erected by the citizens of Davidson County, Tennessee. CONFEDERATE MONUMENT JUNCTION Ol MUI.HKKRY AND SECOND STKKKTS, MACON, GEORC.IA ERECTED TO THE MEMORY Ol IHE WOMEN OF THE SOUTH BY THEIR HUSBANDS, FATHERS, SONS AND DAUGHTERS MACON, GA. 36 YEARS IN ACTIVE PRACTICE VETERINARIAN ASSISTANCE Office and Hospital 258 St. Michael St. OFFICE PHONES: Home 2b8 Bei.l 330 RESIDENCE PHONES: Home 1872 Bell 334 Rohmer Creamery Company DEALERS IN DAIRY PRODUCTS 667 DAUPHIN ST., MOBILE, ALA. Phone us your order; We deliver promptly all over town Creamery Phone : Dairy Phone : Bell 3302 Bell 1438-J Rolf Seeberg Ship Chandlery Co. wholesale GROCERIES, DECK AND ENGINE SUPPLIES <][ Cotton Canvas in all widths suit- able for Wagon Covers, Tar- paulins, etc. <][ Supplies for Launches, Yachts and Sail Boats. <ir Correspondence Solicited Bell Phone 407 Home Phone 869 58-60 S. COMMERCE ST. BOX 663 The Modern Hardware Store Everything a Hardware Store should carry is found here We are Exclusive Agents for the Ellwood Wire Fencing, Rex Flintkote Roofing, Cole's Hot Bla^ Stoves, Regal Ranges, and large number of other lines :: :: :: :: H. M. Price & Co. Water and Conti Street DR. O J- BROWN SPECIALIST FREE EXAMINATION AND CONSULTATION Blood I'oison, Private Diseases. Rj-unjatism, Ne^algi^>^'---f; TTi/-...-ii riimnr*; Dvsoeosia, Aif^nt Losses, j^i\ti i_^i»».ii3v..t, Troubles slTe^ial and Ne'^rvous Diseases of Women and Men, \\ omb Trouble, Catarrh, Stricture, Discharges. m Cutting No Pain No Delay Irom Business Ol 1 ICK Hours: ') a. m. to S p. m. Sundays from 10 a. m. to 2 p. m. (Jraduate of one of the leading Universities. Successfully passed Medi- cal examination of Alabama. Lousiana and 1 exas. 210 DAUPHIN ST.. Ovf.r Kf-nny's Tea Store MOBILE, ALABAMA J. T. ATKINSON M. J. LAWLEK, SR. LAWLER & ATKINSON PRACTICAL DEALERS IN HIGH GRADE MONUMENTS MARBLE. STONE. GRANITE-BUILDING AND CEMETERY ^VORK Bell Plioiic -3168 OUiceand Yard: 159 N. ROYAL ST TROY STEAM LAUNDRY H. V. BACHELDF.R, Proprietor. 56 St. Emanuel St. MOBILE, ALA. FIRST-CLASS WORK AND PROMPT DELIVERY. Both Phones Dealer in Gasoline Engines, Marine, Stationary, Tractors and Hoisters .See our 1912 •'Perfeolion;' Runs in Wa.or nn i.l. U.-ir new isinilor. No Batteries, Coil or S\s H* 1'. 1 '.>ul. les ended, (luaranlced perferl. 8 and 10 ContI St. and 21 and 23 S Water St. ll.,me fhone .VM MOl'-lLK, ALA. GENERAL JOHN A. WAGENER Born July 21, 1810; Died August 27, 1878 Monument in German Cemetery, Charleston, South Carolina. CONl-EDKKATK MONUMKN f IN MAGNOLIA CKMKTERY, ( HARI.KSTON, SOl'IH CAROLINA D. N. Browne & Co. REAL ESTATE, STOCKS AND BONDS 61 St. Francis St., Mobile, Ala. SOUTHERN HAT CO. PRACTICAL HATTERS 211 ST. FRAXCISST. Ladies' and Men's Hats Refinished, and made over from old shapes to Latest Styles THOMAS MARTIN THE CHRISTIAN-MOERLEIN BREWING CO.'S CELEBRATED CINCINNATI LAGER BEER TURNER-HARTWELL DOCKS CO. MOBILE, ALABAMA Bell Phone 1330 Esilablished 1895 My INIottO: Come once and you ^vill come again Latest Styles in Photos Brown's Art Studio JOHN F. BROWN, Prop. Fine Post Cards Kodak Finishing 254 Dauphin St. Between Joachim and Jackson Streets STAR DRUG STORE COMBEL & PEREZ, Props. APPRECIATES YOUR TRADE S. W. Cor. .Madison and Conception Streets .MOBILE, ALA. Bell Phone 285 Home Phone 544 GU STAVE GASS DKAI.ER IN PICTURE FRAMES AND MOULD- INGS, PICTURE FRAMES MADE TO ORDER 5.i7 DALPHL\ STREET. MOBILE, AL.\. ROYAL THEATRE 106 DAUPHIN ST. HIGH GRADE MOVING PICTURES Campbell & Patron Cleaning and Pressing Alterations of all Kinds Ladies Tailoring a Specialty 269>^ Dauphin St. Mobile Galveston Pensacola A good Shoe Shop in three good towns GUS. SEIPLE Hardware and Expert Lock- smith 406 Dauphin St. Iron Safe Work a Specialty When in a Hurry Phone Us Your Order. Mattel & Lynch Dealers in Family and Fancy Groceries. Fruits and Delicatessen Smith's Bread and Cakes N. W. ROYAL AND ESLAVA STS. The Grocery With the Service. Bell Phone 90 Home Phone 1660 Kunz, Cowles & Frisbie Phones: Home 1534 Bell 2471 10 N. COMMERCE ST. Mobile, Ala. Grocers and Ship Chandlers Wire Rope, Paints, Oils, Cotton Duck, Cordage and Pro- visions. Ships Disbursed. Consignments Solicited Typewriter Sales Co. Dealers In All Makes o f Standard Typewriters Sales Agents 57 St. Francis St. L. C. Smith & Bros., .,^o„ n- at a Typewriters MOBILE, ALA. Machines Repaired and Rebuilt "AT HOME"— ''Down Mobile" All Repair Work Guaranteed. Bell I'hone l.^S(j J. C Hensch Merchant Tailor No. 3 N. Water Street. MOBILE, -:- ALABAMA Bell I'honc 1066 Home I'hone 1.UI6 James Gibboney & Company MOBILE, ALA. Steamship Agents and Brokers BUNKER AND EXPORT COAL AGENTS: Munson Steamship Line and Atlantic & Mexican Gulf Steamship Co. Chas. Baumhauer Jos. Espalla, Jr., & Co. sta£i£^£id^^£nc^^!2££±^ Heal i'.stale, iMir.mcial and lusiii.mce .\;;ents KIMS \ si-l-.ClAl.l 't' 62 N. Kovai St. MOi'.ll.i:, .\LA. Home Phone 221 P'ell Phone 175^ S. W. Cor. Daupiiin and Scott Sis. MOBILE, ALA. BENJAMIN HARVEY HILL Monument in Georgia State Capitol at Atlanta, Ga. CONFRDRRATK MONUMENT In West View Comotery, Atlanta, Ga. PATRONIZE The Crown Theatre IT 'ILL BE APPRECIATED NORVILLE BROS. THE SPIRIT OK THE NEW SOUTH PROGRESSIVE, AGGRESSIVE, HONEST Real Estate, Insurance, Rents PLUMBING AND HEATING L. J. LEAHY 1 04 N. Royal St., Mobile, Ala. Marine Supply Co. Gasoline Engines, Marine Hardware Mortor Boat Supplies Bell Phone 301 Water and St. iNIichael Sts. We give our personal attention to all our customers and absolutely guar- antee the quality of every- thing we sell Mobile Delicatessen AND GROCERY iM. SCHNEIDER, Prop. Jackson, Corner St. Michael Street Bell Phone 378 Mobile, Ala. Klosky's New Italian Garden and Buffet In a class by itself for every- thing good to eat and drink. Up-to-date inusicand singing from 12to2:30and6to 11p.m. A. E. STILES, Proprietor JNO. J. DAMRICH SHOES Sole Agents for "SOROSIS" and WiCHERT & GARDINER The Leading Shoes for Women, also STACY, ADAMS & CO.'S Men's Fine Shoes, and "AMERICAN" Be^ $4.00 Men's Shoe on Earth 105 DAUPHIN ST. MOBILE, ALA. Uwanta Pressing Club Cleaners and Dyers Main office 8 N. Royal Street Mobile, Ala. Stonewall Insurance Co. 56 St. Michael Street MOBILE, ALABAMA Capital $150,000.00 Net Assets for Protection of Policy Holders $305,000.00 GRISSWELL THE Cleaner and Dyer HOME PHONE 1868 267 St. Michael St. MOBILE -:- ALA. J. POLLOCK & CO, Manufacturers, Importers, p:xporters Dry Goods and Notions Hosiery and Furnishing Goods. 6, 8, 10 and 12 South Water St. and 59 and 61 Dauphin St. Mobile, Ala. Taylor, Loweiistein & Co. Naval Stores Factors and Exporters MOBILE, ALA. BUSH & RECK Ladies' and Gents' Tailors 116C0NTI STREET Mobile, Ala. Hobart- xMclntosh Co. garage: Accessories Repairs BOTH PHONES 6 Government and Jackson St. CODES: Western Union, Watkins', Scott's and A. B. C. Anglo-American Ship Chandlery Co. Groceries, Deck and Engine Supplies Conti and Commerce Sts. Mobile, Ala. Harris & Finch Grocery Co. Grocers and Feed Dealers 450-152 Dauphin Street Bell Phone 900 Home Phone 501 GEORGIA STATE MONUMENT On Chickamauga, Ga., Battlefield MARYLAND STATE MONUMENT In Chickamauga Park, Ga. DICK DOWLING MONUMENT KRECTKD K) THK MEMORY OF THE HEROIC DEED OF DICK DOWLING AND FORTY -TWOOTHER IRISHMEN WHO DEFEATED 15,000 AT SABINE I'ASS, TEXAS. This l)nivo little band of Irishmen, with two cannon, in a battle lasting about thirty minutes disabled the Federal gunboats Clifton and Sachem and crippled another gunboat. Over one hundred Federals were killed and 429 prisoners, together with the two disabled gunboats, were captured, while the Confederates did not lose a man. Thus end- i-(l tin- attc-nipl nv.KJr by l.S,000 Federals to land on Texas soil. let Us MaM YourSut We guarantee fit and qual- ity. Give us a call and be convinced. C. C. Williams Clothing" Co. 401 DAUPHIN ST. Marinello Shop Marie E. Patterson 57 ST. JOSEPH STREET Bell Phone 2937 Marinello Preparations for Sale Facial Massage. Bleaching, Wrinkle and .\strin- gent Masks, Melhine Treatments, Electrolysis, .Manicuring, Shampooing. Hair Dressing, Scalp Treatments a Specialty. Prismatic Ray and An- tiseptic Hot Oil Treatments, Hair Work. Junger & Gass Co. Pianos, Organs and Music Mandolins, Violins, Guitars, Etc. Special Agents for the LEADING PIANOS AND ORGANS of the United States S. E. Cor. Dauphin and Joachim Sts. Eugene Thoss, Jr, Bicycles and Bicycle Supplies BASE BALL GOODS 402 Dauphin Street. Repairing of all kinds done Correctly and on Short ISotice. Bell Phone 9 1 4 Home Phone 940 Provost FarrowCoalCo. Dealers in all kinds of Wood and Coal Phones: Home 206, Bell 49 YARDS: ROYAL STREET, between Canal and Madison Streets With Be^ Wishes From The City Bank & Trust Company Mobile's Progressive Bank Elmer Maddox Importer and .Manufacturer of ARTISTIC MEMORIALS Office and Salesroom St. Louis and Royal Streets BELL PHONE 1930 Mobile, Ala. Alabama F\$\\ & Oys- ter Company Shippers ot Fine Fish and Oysters P. 0. Box 344 115 S. WATER STREET Mobile, Ala. | McDonald Cigars Co. Dealers in Foreign and Dome^ic Cigars and Tobacco ALLEGRETTI CANDY J. X. WILLIAMS, PROPRIETOR FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN The Panama Hotel and Cafe E. HUBAND, Proprietor FIRST-CLASS MEALS 25 CENTS FURNISHED ROOMS 75 CTS. UP Good Service Short Orders 205 St. Francis Street Mobile, Ala. We are in Business for your Health Our Anti-Bilious Capsule takes the place of Calomel, 19c. Roe Drug Store The Rexall Store Government and Roval Streets Hickey & Lyons Clothing and Gent's Furnishings lOS Dauphin Street, Mobile, Ala. JNO. W. PHELAN Copper, Tin and Sheetiron Worker Slating, Metal Roofing and Guttering of all Descriptions. Galvanized Iron Cornice Work a Specialty 701 Dauphin St., S. W. Cor. Wilkinson St. HOMF. PhonkS: Office 1735, Residence OS.VV Michael & Lyons Grocery Co. Wholesale Grocers 101-103-105 N. Commerce Street Mobile, Alabama BATTLE HOUSE MOBILE, ALABAMA European Plan Rates $1.50 up New Battle House Co., Props. JOHN J. M()NA(;HAN, M\na(,er TACON The Cleaner New System Dry Cleaning I)>eing and Tailoring OlK 1 I \l)l Ks 1 :iiu\ \'ests 35c. .Ml (Jloxes 5c, V,v\\ rhoiu- 3616 613 Daupiiin Si. MoblK. Ala. CONFEDERATE MONUMENT Portsmouth, \'irginia l<:rocti.'d lo the Memory of GENERAL JOHN B. (JORDON On the Grounds of the (Jeorgia State Capitol at Atlanta, Ga. Turner Supply Company Morris M. Meyer Jobbers of Railw^ay, Mill Supplies and Machinery Wholesale Liquors "We are Headquarters" 15 and 17 Commerce St. Long Distance Phone 2236 MOBILE, ALA. N. W. Cor. St. Louis and Commerce Sts. Phones: MOBILE, ALA. Bell 2571 Home 1251 Florida Fish Muscat & Lott Company Produce Co. J. C. M.\NGELDORl- General Manager Wholesale Fish of All Kinds Fruit, Produce, Satisfaction P. O. Box 111 MOBILE, -ALA. MOBILE, - - - - ALA. ^., . LIBRfiRY OF CONGRESS 013 701 529 8 C. C. MECHEM 80 ST. MICHAEL STREET BANK OF MOBILE BUILDING SELLS Farm Lands, Suburban Property and Cemeter}' Lots on Easy Terms, no Intere^, no Taxes SEE ME Acme Cornice Works S. S. KING, PROPRIETOR Manufacturers of all kinds Copper and (jlalvanized Cornice, Skylights, Ventilators, etc. <!f Roofing, Cluttering and Ship Work Promptly attended to and Satisfadlion Guaranteed. 11 S. Water Street, .Mobile, Ala. Ma^nxilia Stove and Range Co. Manufacturers of Magnolia Steel Ranges of Belleville, Illinois The Magnolia Range is made lixtra Heavy for Coasl Trade, has Extra Large Flue and Light Fuel Consumer vSouthern Department 562 Dauphin St. Mobile, Ala.